Need someone to talk to?
Students in Copenhagen Business School, University of Copenhagen, The Royal Danish Academy of Music and University College of Copenhagen
The Campus Pastors are a part of the Church of Denmark.
We offer one-to-one conversations about big and small issues. You do not need to have a religous conviction in order to contact us. We are available for all students no matter what their beliefs are.
Family and relationships?
Problems in our relationship with the immediate family, friends, or (ex-) partner as well as problematic issues in growing up such as divorce etc. can take a lot of attention. can take a lot of attention. It can affect other relationships as well as our focus and dedication into the education. Sometimes it can be nice to talk to someone else about these matters and how to find your way around it.
Stressed out due to studying?
Life as a student can be hard. You may fight educational crises, lack of self-esteem, shame, excessive thoughts, expectation pressure or loneliness. True? In that case a conversation with one of the Campus Pastors might be something for you. Everyday life often looks quite different from our initial dreams and expectations.
Ilness and grief?
Grief can affect in different ways. Both by illness, physically or mentally, or by death, separation or other loss. Sometimes family members, friends or even ourselves become affected. Illness and grief are both mentally taxing, time consuming – and isolating. Og i et studieliv er det et ekstra pres med opgaver, eksamener og ift. and social pressures. No one should be alone in such a situation.
Find your way in life - and in everyday life
The Campus Pastors is a free counseling service affiliated with all Universities in Denmark.
You don’t need to have a Christian conviction to visit us. Feel free to bring on your concerns and struggles. It can often be a good idea to share your thoughts with someone else, in order to clarify your situation. It is also a good idea to have a place to go to, if you want to talk about things or considerations that are important to you and that you might not want to – or are able to share with your friends or family.
Nothing is too big or too small
Typical topics that students need to talk about are:
We keep no records, all inquiries are free, and the Campus Pastors has an absolute duty of confidentiality.
A tremendous liberation that provided tranquility
"It was a great to be able to share my thoughts with someone who saw it all at a distance. It helped me regain both my composure and overview."
Found a way back to life
"In my case, I did not need a psychologist. what I needed was more of a “love expert” who could show me the way back into life".
Talk about your difficulties
- and get help dealing with your challenges
Get the story about how 26-year-old Trine Helledie from CBS found a free space when, for a period, the student stress became too much. Through conversations with the Campus Pastor, Trine regained her joy of studying and her stress symptoms subsided.
Also listen to Håkon Bisgaard’s story, how he experienced that the studies became too much after a death occurred in his immediate family. But after conversations with the Campus Pastor, he found peace and will to continue with his studies.